Levels of Study

A general description of academic levels follows:

"AD level" includes any advanced course (AD/AP) that also has an A-level option and any course taken on the UConn campus that is more “advanced” than curriculum offerings in the same subject area. The following courses will be considered “Advanced”: AD U.S. History, AD World Civilizations AD/AP Chemistry, AD Biology, AD Physics, AD Pre-Calculus, AD Calculus, and AD English

"A level" (Level I) includes some university courses. Students enrolled in these courses are generally highly skilled students who demonstrate strong motivation and inclination toward achievement.

"B level" (Level II) includes some community college courses. Students enrolled in these courses are generally students who demonstrate a desire to enhance the articulation of their skills, and who are preparing themselves for college work.

"DI level" (Level III) includes courses offered by the Special Services department. Students enrolled in these courses are generally students who demonstrate a need for individualized instruction.

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